One of the luxuries of my new studio is having a cupboard to store some of my fabric where I can see it. This is much more important than you might think because unless I can see something, whether it's fabric, paint, thread, or books, it might as well not exist. So filing cabinets, opaque boxes and drawers are no good for me - I need to be able to see all the possibilities.
Here is my fabric wardrobe with some of my more precious bits: on the left is the Wedding Dress Project which is gradually evolving, behind that are rolls of fusible web, sinemay, bookbinder's mull and buckram (aren't they wonderful words??)
Hanging from the rail above is my feather collection gleaned from quite a few beach visits. And hanging on the back of the door is my studio apron, two largeish pieces of hemp, and stitched and dyed strips from another project that is evolving.